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fitO i00JassjfJeds ..... ...... To Place an ad -- Phone 274-6136 or 1-800-410-1859 Wednesday, March 13, 2013 Page 9 Automotive McCARTY MOTORS: "The Place to Go" for automotive service and repair. Brakes, A/C, tune- ups, engine and transmission repair and replacement. 712- 472-3257. UTILIZE MY SKILLS before major DESTRUCTION, con- tact Darren @ AAdvance Transmission for all car care needs. 712-477-2294. Farm Equipment NEW & USED FEED MIXERS; scale repair, liners, augers, flighting, bearings, chain, etc. www.postequip.com. Post Equipment, Rock Valley, IA, 712-476-4500. Services DENNY'S SANITATION for all your disposal needs! Commercial, residential, farm pickup, roll-off service, dump- ster rentals, and now portable toilet service. Call 712-472- 2293. McCARTY MOTORS: "The Place to Go" for used vehicles. Outdoor power equipment: sales, parts, service, engines. Country Clipper, Snapper mowers. 712-472-3257. Wanted senger endorsement, have a clean driving record, and pass pre-employment drug screen. Call 507-847-2632 ext. 6 to request an application, or go to our website at www.wcainc. org. Accepting applications till position is filled. EEO/AA/ADA. SCRAP IRON, VEHICLES, ETC., Redwood County Sheriff WANTED: S170/ton; scale, Department is seeking unloading services, on-site applicants for a part-time cleanup, roll-off dumpsters Senior Technical Clerk. available. Post Metal Recycling, Responsibilities include typing Rock Valley, IA, 712-476-4500. officer reports and statements B u s i n. e s $ and processing warrants; Opportunities receptionist duties, back- ground checks, processing Small plastics company for sale. Operate full or part time. Move to your area. 563-872- 4671. Help Wanted BUS DRIVERS WANTED: Community Transit is seeking substitute applicants. Must be able to work flexible days and hours operating lift-accessible mini-bus. Must have or be able to obtain CDL with pas- permits and many other duties as assigned by the Sheriff or Sheriff Department person- nel. High school education or equivalent along with one year of recent related office experi- ence involving general clerical duties is required. One year of post high school education in a variety of fields desired. Starting salary for this position is $12.35/hour on the AFSCME- CH union salary schedule. The full job description and the Sr. Technical Clerk County Application form with supple- mental questions, which is required, may be obtained from the Redwood County Administrator's Office, 403 S. Mill St., Redwood Falls, MN, by calling 507-637-4016, or online at www.co.redwood.mn.us. Applications must be returned to the Administrator's Office by 4:00 p.m. on Friday, March 15, 2013. EOE. Rentals WESTBROOK: Pets welcome! 2 BR. NO INCOME RESTRICTIONS! Linda, 507-360-8959. www. LloydManagementlnc. com. Equal Housing Opportunity Provider. Wanted WANTTO BUY: Corn stalk round bales and ditch hay round bales. Call 507-859-2307. City of Westbrook Regular Council Meeting February 4, 2013 The Westbrook City Council met on Monday, February 4, 2013 at 6:30 p.m. in the city council room. Members present: Acting Mayor John Madson; council members Jan Johnson, Manda Jorgenson, and Marvin Sorenson. Others present: Dan Joel, Dennis Jutting, Carl Conrad, AI Wahl, Travis Nelson and Troy Schoenenberger Acting Mayor John Madson presided the meet- ing. Motion by Sorenson and seconded by Jorgenson to approve the minutes from the January 7, 2013 council meeting. All voted in favor. Motion carried. Police Chief Wahl pre- sented the January police report. Wahl stated that the sirens are mounted, but county can not set them off. Wahl stated that Derick Determan will be done effective the end of February. Brandy will cover. Motion by Johnson and seconded by Sorenson to set the Workers Compensation insurance deductible at $1,000.00. All voted in favor. Motion carded. Motion by Madson and seconded by Sorenson to pass the resolution for MRES with Dennis Jutting as representative. All voted in favor. Motion carried. Motion by Johnson and seconded by Jorgenson to pass the reSolution for WMMPA with Dennis Jutting as representative. All voted in favor. Motion carded. Motion by Madson and seconded by Jorgenson to PUBLIC NOTICES pass resolution to authorize MN Department of Commerce to put the City of Westbrook name on their list for insurance claims resulting in fire damaged property that are located within city limits. All voted in favor. Motion carried. Madson and street super- intendent presented the council with two quotes on Lawn Mowers. First quote was with K.C. Repair with a Hustler 25 horse, 60 inch mower with rear discharge at $15,344.00. Second quote was with John Deere with a 2013 JD, 31 horse, and 60 inch mower with rear dis- charge at $15,303.75. John Deere is giving more of a trade in than K.C. repair and John Deere will offer an air ride seat. After comparison and discussion, motion by Madson and seconded by Johnson to purchase the 2013 JD lawn 1/lower. All voted in favor. Motion car- ried. Madson shared 2 training opportunities for employees and council if interested. Training for council will be held in Slayton for the Southwest Regional Development and training for employees and council at Marshall with the LMCIT 2013 Workshops. Madson and Sorenson will be meeting with Bargen Tuesday to discuss seal coating streets in 2013. They will report back to council after discussion. Council discussion was held to update the commu- nity center rental contract. Motion by Jorgenson and seconded by Sorenson to increase the community center rental fee to $200.00 effective immediately. There will not be an increase to any other services or senior center rental. All voted in favor. Motion car- fled. Motion by Madson and seconded by Sorenson to approve the 2013 Fee Schedule as posted in city clerk office and city codes. All voted in favor. Motion carried. Motion by Johnson and seconded by Jorgenson to increase the community center custodian wage from $25/a week to $30/a week and from $50/per major event to $60/per major event. Dawn will also be a payroll employee and not a contracted employee. All voted in favor. Motion car- ried. Steen stated that she would like to have Vicki Sanders from the League come in and do a mock OSHA inspection. If she does this inspection, we should be able to stay clear from OSHA for a few years. Motion by Jorgenson and seconded by Johnson to put a $500.00 spending limit without council approval for Fire Department pur- chases and to install Madson as a FD representative as council member for infor- mation and contacts. All voted in favor. Madson abstaining. Motion carded. Motion by Johnson and seconded by Sorenson to approve the temporary liquor application for the WAV. The Cabin Fever Buster event to be held on March 23, 2013 at the com- munity center. All voted in favor. Jorgenson abstaining. Motion carried. Motion by Johnson and seconded by Sorenson to approve the following building permits: Doug Kletscher, addi- tion/deck and Rocky Kolar, remove building on Main Street. All voted in favor. Motion carded. Motion by Madson and seconded by Jorgenson to allow county and Kolar to complete the campground signage on Highway 30. All voted in favor. Motion car- ried. Motion by Madson and seconded by Johnson to approve the Application for Exempt Permit for Good Sam for their raffle. All voted in favor. Motion car- fled. Kolar stated that he still has in his possession a dump key. Many people know that he has the dump key and is willing to keep one for that reason. After discussion, council has decided that Kolar may keep his current key for res- ident access if needed. Travis Nelson and Troy Sehoenenberger preaented to council that they would like to open a bait and tack- le shop in town. Nelson stated that he has every- thing he needs to open, but he does not have a location. Council told Nelson that he should keep trying to look for a place. Motion by Madson and seconded by Sorenson to approve the bills in the amount of $81,514.99. All voted in favor. Motion car- fled. Motion by Johnson and seconded by Jorgenson to adjourn the meeting. All voted in favor. Motion car- fled. Next council meeting will be held on Monday, March 4, 2013 at 6:30 p.m. Katie Steen, City Clerk John Madson, acting mayor #213116 S-29x N.ncppub. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING All classified ads for non-established account: must be pre-paid (or charged to Visa or Mastercard) before running. Not responsible for errors in ads taken over the telephone. NOTICE RESPONSIBILITY: Please check your ad after the first insertion and bring any errors to our attention immediately. Corrections will be cheerfully made. We are not responsible for errors beyond the first insertion. If you fail to notify us, the publishers liabil- ity is limited to cost of the first insertion of the ad. INVESTIGATE before you invest. The Sentinel Tribune does not knowingly accept fraudulent or deceptive advertising. Readers are cautioned to thoroughly investigate "'Business Opportunity" and other ads which require an investment. CLASSIFIED AD DEADLINE 9 a.m. Friday .... COME AND GO BABY SHOWER for Lincoln Joseph : :;: ::.i Schuelke !i:;;on of Marie and Justin Schuelke grandson of Pam & Chuck Barrie $,nay, March 17.1:30 pmJ i!Our?SvioYs Church, Dovray J Ultrasonographer Murray County Medical Center has a an opening for an Ultras0n0grapher. This position will be 30-40 hours per week with benefits. Duties for this position include performing general, OB, vascular, and surgical ultrasound procedures. Schedule requirements include variable shifts and possible on-call duties. Applicants must be a graduate of an accredited Ultrasound Program and be registered by the ARDMS. Two years ultrasound experience (beyond education) is a plus. EOE Closing date is March 19, 2013. Please complete an application which is available at the MCMC Business Office or find it on line at murraycounqmed.orq. Contact: Nancy Andert/H R Murray County Medical Center 2042 Juniper Ave Slayton, MN 56172 507-836-1262 andertn@murraycountymed.orq MEDICAL LABORATORY TECHNICIAN Murray County Medical Center has a part-time with insurance benefits position open for a Medical Laboratory Technician. Candidate must be a graduate of an accredited/approved medical technology program. Must have knowledge of laboratory equipment, procedures, CLIA regulations and quality control methods. Candidate must also promote a positive and supportive, team-work oriented environment. Position may include variable shifts, rotating call nights and weekends. EOE Please complete an application which you will find online at murraycountymed.org or you can get an application at Murray County Medical Center Business Office or HR office. Application deadline is March 19, 2013. Contact: NancyAndeWHR Murray County Memorial Hospital im.. ... 2042 Juniper Ave ' iik Slayton, MN 56172 507-836-1262 o andertn@murraycountymed.org Always Park In Well Lit Areas 11P #14 STRYKER HIP RECALL FREE claim information: 888.377.8900 david@pritzkerlaw.com www.pritzkerlaw.com PRITzKER OLSEN, one of Minnesota's leading personal injury law firms, represents Stryker patients throughout Minnesota. HELP WANTED HHA with TMA Certification Become part of a caring team. Hos- pice of Murray County is seeking to hire a part-time Hospice Aide/TMA for the Hospice House, rotating shift & weekends, could lead into more hours. Candidate must have CNA/HHA and Trained Medication Aide certificate and must be capable of working inde- pendently with very little Supervision. Call or pick up an application at Murray County 36 Park Drive, Slayton, MN 56172 or call 507-836-8114 Close on March 15th. I t